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or so exploited both in life and in death as michael jackson. now, nearly four years after his death with his doctor in jail for involuntary manslaughter, his family has launched a lawsuit with billions of dollars at stake. in the legal background of child abuse charges and drug abuse. that center stage, history of children. somewhere in the wings, dr. conrad murray telling his story exclusively to cnn. the story of michael jackson's death is roaring back to life. here's don lemon. ♪ >> these will be my final performances in london. this will be it. this is the final curtain call. >> reporter: a curtain call michael jackson would never make. he spent months rehearsing for his big comeback in 2009. ♪ they don't really care about us ♪ >> reporter: a series of 50 concert ins london. his unexpected death came just two weeks before show time. >> hold for applause. hold for applause. >> reporter: michael's mother, catherine and his children filed an 18 page complaint against aeg. i spoke to jackson family attorney kevin boyle about the family's lawsuit. >> reporter: why is mrs. jacks
: whatever you thought of michael jackson no denying the drama soon to play out in a los angeles courtroom starring his often dysfunctional family, his lovely children and a galaxy of stars like prince and quincy jones and diane in ross. our special report, after this. . >>> this is a fox news alert. i'm geraldo rivera, in tonight for sean hannity. michael jackson, the gifted king of pop, is dead apparently from a heart attack at the age of 50. >> we have a gentleman here that needs help. and he's not breathing. he's not breathing. and we need to -- we're prying to pump him. >> what's outrageous about that 911 call is that conrad murray, the las vegas-based doctor that came to live with michael jackson in the final weeks of his life. and he was convicted of admitting propofol. to conceal syringing. and allowing 21 vital minutes to elapse. and how do you feel about the fact that this dr. conrad murray is apparently taking the fall for everything that happened the. >> all i know is that my son is dead. and i don't think he just died of natural causes or whatever. he's too young for that. but
pleasure. >> geraldo: whatever you thought of michael jackson no denying the drama soon to play out in a los angeles courtroom starring his often dysfunctional family, his lovely children and a galaxy of stars like prince and quincy jones and diane in ross. our special report, after this. . arigato! we are outta here! . finding you the perfect place. hotels.com. using telemedical and mobile technologies, verizon innovators are connecting trauma surgeons to patients in the field. helping them get the attention they need, before they even reach the hospital. because the world's biggest challenges deserve even bigger solutions. powerful answers. verizon. >>> this is a fox news alert. i'm geraldo rivera, in tonight for sean hannity. michael jackson, the gifted king of pop, is dead apparently from a heart attack at the age of 50. >> we have a gentleman here that needs help. and he's not breathing. he's not breathing. and we need to -- we're prying to pump him. >> what's outrageous about that 911 call is that conrad murray, the las vegas-based doctor that came to live with michael jackson
of michael jackson there is no denying the drama about to pnd my out in a los angeles courtroom starring his often dysfunctional famile lovely children and a galaxy of stars. the issue is whether the king of pop was pushed to his death by his promotetie and if so, hw many billions is that worth. our special reportet ait iser . new car! hey! [squeals] ♪ [ewh!] [baby crying] the great thing about a subaru is you don't have to put up with that new car smell for long. introducing the versatile, all-new subaru forester. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. if you have high cholesterol, here's some information that may be worth looking into. in a clinical trial versus lipitor, crestor got more high-risk patients' bad cholesterol to a goal of under 100. getting to goal is important, especially if you have high cholesterol plus any of these risk factors because you could be at increased risk for plaque buildup in your arteries over time. and that's why when diet and exercise alone aren't enough to lower cholesterol i prescribe crestor. [ female announr ] crestor is not right for everyone. lik
, michael jackson's former doctor, speaking out for the first time since going to jail for manslaughter. >>> but we begin tonight with breaking news in the murder of a texas district attorney and his wife, raising the possibility that a killing of kaufman county d.a. mike mclelland and his wife cynthia might be the work of a lone man with a grudge, a fired local official. ed lavandera broke the story and he joins us now. what do we know about this person? >> reporter: we know that since mike hasse, the first assistant prosecutor who was killed as he was walking to work in kaufman county, we know authorities have been starting from scratch, going through all the case files, anderson, trying to figure out if buried in those files, there might be a clue as to who might have had a grudge against these prosecutors and want to kill them. we have talked a lot over recent days about perhaps the aryan brotherhood or a drug cartel being involved but now we're getting an indication that authorities are looking much broader than that. one of the cases they're looking at is a public corruption case,
. >> jason thinks it's a great idea. >>> in a moment, we'll be speaking with conrad murray, michael jackson's former doctor, speaking out for the first time since going to jail for manslaughter. >>> but we begin tonight with breaking news in the murder of a texas district attorney and his wife, raising the possibility that a killing of kaufman county d.a. mike mclelland and his wife cynthia might be the work of a lone man with a grudge, a fired local official. ed lavandera broke the story and he joins us now. what do we know about this person? >> reporter: we know that since mike hasse, the first assistant prosecutor who was killed as he was walking to work in kaufman county, we know authorities have been starting from scratch, going through all the case files, anderson, trying to figure out if buried in those files, there might be a clue as to who might have had a grudge against these prosecutors and want to kill them. we have talked a lot over recent days about perhaps the aryan brotherhood or a drug cartel being involved but now we're getting an indication that authorities are looking mu
. convicted him of involuntarily manslaughter in the death of michael jackson. jackson's mother and children suing aeg live with big money at stake. and dr. murray could be at the center of that trial if he's willing to testify. tonight, only on "360" his first interview since being imprisoned. first, randi kaye has the background starting with that fateful call to 911. >> reporter: the desperate 911 call came from inside michael jackson's rented mansion. it was just before 12:30 p.m., june 25th, 2009, in los angeles. >> he's pumping his chest but he's not responding to anything, sir. >> reporter: the king of pop's heart had stopped. he was unconscious. his personal physician, dr. conrad murray, who can be heard in the background on the call, was attempting cpr. >> did anybody witness what happened? >> no. just the doctor, sir. the doctor's been the only one here. >> reporter: hours later, his family broke the news to the world. >> the legendary king of pop, michael jackson, passed away. >> reporter: immediately, the investigation focuses on dr. murray. the cardiologist hired to care for the
apparent homophobic statements. cnn's pamela brown is with me along with joey jackson. pamela, what is the university saying about this recent breaking development, the firing of coach rice? >> well, ashleigh, we just heard from the up un presiden univer president. he said, i have now reached the conclusion that coach rice cannot continue to serve effectively in a position that demands the high leest level of leadership. therefore, we have decided to terminate mike rice's employment at rutgers. tim pernetti says, "i am responsible for the decision to attempt a rehabilitation of coach rice. dismissal and corrective action were debated in december and i thought it was in the best interest of everyone to rehabilitate, but i was wrong. moving forward, i will work to regain the trust of the rutgers community." take a look at the coach mike rice, the coach of rutgers throwing basketballs at players, hitting them, grabbing them, hurling homophobic slurs. this is video that the university officials watched back in november. it was brought to them by a disgruntled employee who used to work
the white house was really, really beaten up pretty bad. even jackson had to be escorted out because they feared for his safety. >> he left the party early and went back to his hotel to go to bed. >> over our past several programs, we have been talking about the burgeoning and strong washington society developing in the town. how did it react to this opening of the white house to the masses? >> with horror, you know, margaret smith, who was quite a socialite and kept diaries and letters said, oh, the pity, the pity, it's not the way it was with every other party after an inauguration, it was part of the select few who came, not the public. >> once the party, the inauguration party was over, this is a man you described as being in intense mourning. was the white house social for a few years after that? >> it wasn't social very much at all for the first year. they had to refinish it and replace all the drapes and chair seats where muddy boots had been trampling and put things together and even after that, to the disappointment of washington society, they said, we're in deep mourning, w
to come out. who is supporting him and who is not. >>> billion dollar trial, the jacksons are fighting back four years after michael's death. is his family crusading for justice or dollars? inside this courtroom thriller. >>> and mown tall brawl. men dedicated to protecting everest climbers launch an attack against them. tonight an unlikely threat >> announcer: from new york city, this is "nightline" with dan harris. >> good evening. history was made today, not just sports history but american history. a 7 foot, 255 pound nba player named jason collins surprised everyone by coming out of the closet in the pages of "sports illustrated." here's abc's amy robach. >> reporter: no move on the court could have ever landed jason collins in the record books like the one he made today. the nba veteran shocked the sports world by announcing he's gay. a bombshell announced in the pages of "sports illustrated" and on good morning america. >> i never set out to be the first. and obviously, you know you are waiting around for somebody else to, you know, raise their hand and, you know, i'm ready to r
, they are suing. all that is coming up in a moment. >>> first, it's been almost four years since michael jackson died while under a doctor's care for insomnia. and that doctors is now in prison serving a four-year term for involuntary manslaughter. a brand new trial is about to get underway, next hour, in fact, in los angeles. it is a civil wrongful death trial that hinges on just who exactly employed dr. conrad murray. >>> jackson's family says it was the promoters and producers of a big concert tour that was men to be jackson's triumph and comeback. the promoters and producers say wrong, it was michael jackson himself. cnn's miguel marquez is on the case filing this report. >>> this is it, and see you in july. "this is it" meant to herald michael jackson's comeback. ♪ >> reporter: like so many things in jackson's life and death, it's been a super-sized trial. reports the jackson family seeking from aeg as much as $40 billion for the wrongful death of the 50-year-old king of pop. reports that the jackson camp denies. >> the jury feels the family deserves $40 billion, that's what they're going
of the crime of murder. >> there were three o.j. simple son trials, michael jackson, scott peterson and most recently casey anthony. >> this is a real good one, casey anthony did not have this. >> casey anthony did have a dramatic ending, being found not guilty which, sent some trial watchers into his derricks. >> the verdict in this case is expected at some point later this month, when it does come, thousands, make that hundreds of thousands of people, like trulinda kerr tuning in to find out what happens. >>> this is one of the biggest cheating scandals to hit the country's public schools ever. 35 atlanta educate fors are now indicted on corruption and -- they are accused of changing or falsifying answers on standardized tests, the alleged cheating actually goes back as far as 2001. among those faces charging is former superintendent elizabeth paul. paul denies any involvement in the cheating scandal. >>> is swung other than conrad murray do blame for michael jackson's death? is singer's mother and children, well, they think so and they're headed to court to prove it. >>> plus new technolo
with michael jackson, of course, he is dead but certainly he's being put on trial in a los angeles courtroom today. that is right. jackson's mother and children are suing the singer's last concert promoter, amounteg live. they claim the company was negligent in hiring and supervisor, dr. conrad murray. convict order involuntary manslaughter in jackson's death and is serving a four-year sentence-murray gave jackson the fatal dose of propose poe thol. aeg's lawyers say it's michael jackson, he's a green man, responsible for his own behavior. they are expected to bring up the charges of child molestation on which michael jackson was actually acquitted. also going to bring up evidence of drug addiction. want to bring in our miguel marquez covering the trial from l.a. and dianedimond, author of "be careful who you love, inside the mooishg caichael jackson ca" miguel, what have we seen in the courtroom? has the jury been set? what do we expect? >> there is no jury yet. if this is any indication of how this is going to go, it's going to be fireworks all the way. the lawyers, you know, it's amazing,
jackson's lawyer tell me this last night about conrad murray. >> he can't get out of this. he's responsible for his death. aeg should not have retained him. he's not a good doctor, shouldn't be a doctor and i think he's where he belongs. >> tonight we'll go head-to-head with murray's attorney, who wasn't happy. ♪ everything you need >>> applause may be the queen of country but kicked off "dancing with the stars." winona judd. and how she and her husband put their life back together after a near-fatal accident. >>> this is "piers morgan live." a smaller, lighter and diversified nuclear force and warned the moment of explosion is approaching fast. pyongyang is threatening to restart a nuclear reactor that shut down five years ago. the white house responds, quote, north korea should stop its provocative threats and instead concentrate on abiding by its international obligations. washington is also sending missiles to quaguam. how worried should we be? joining me is pj krouler, former assistant secretary of state under president obama and also a professor at george washington un
the first testimony in the michael jackson wrongful death trial. the witness list is expected to be star studded and more private details of jackson's life could be exposed. abc's brandi hitt has the latest. >> reporter: the jackson family rushed into civil court for the wrongful death trial against michael jackson's concert promoter aeg live. ♪ the king of pop was about to begin his this is it comeback tour four years ago when he died and jackson's mother katherine along with his three children say aeg is responsible. >> there's a lot at stake in this trial. i mean, money and lots of it. >> reporter: prosecutors claim aeg negligently hired, supervised and controlled dr. conrad murray who is now serving a four-year sentence for giving jackson a deadly dose of the power f powerful drug propofol. they deny they had anything to do with murray. >> this is phase two of the conrad murray case. the question is really was he working for aeg or was he michael jackson's personal physician? >> reporter: with billions of dollars and possible damages at stake analysts predict this trial will expose
. >>> legal showdown over michael jackson's death is set to begin. it pits his mother and three children against concert promoter aeg. lawyers from both sides give their opening statements today. and jackson's family is suing aeg saying it was responsible for hiring conrad murray and causing the singer's death. high-profile celebrities and two of jackson's children may testify the trial is expected to last for months. >> it is interesting when you think of who may be on the stand. why the family would bring this -- well, i know it is billions of dollars when you think about it -- pretty much just kind of dragging his name through the mud. >> because it is a civil suit. everything is on the table. things that weren't admissible in trials can go on the table. child molestation, allegations all brought back. >> all going to be on the table once again for his now older children to hear. which i am sure that is going to be disturbing. big names, quincy jones, diana ross, two ex-wives may take the stand. >> possibly prince, spike lee. incredible. could last deep into the summer. >> i feel bad
. >> thank you for having me, sir. >>> coming next, things are getting pretty weird in the michael jackson case. conrad murray singing from behind bars. now hear his attorney go head-to-head with the man who defended jackson. ore you book it. and i got a great deal without bidding. and where's your furry friend? oh, i don't have a cat. priceline savings without bidding. ♪ he's a little boy that santa claus forgot ♪ ♪ and goodness knows he did not want a lot ♪ ♪ he wrote a note to santa for some crayons and a toy ♪ ♪ it broke his little heart when he found santa hadn't come ♪ >>> a surreal moment from dr. conrad murray convicted of involuntary manslaughter burst into song on live television last night. meanwhile, jury selection continues in katherine jackson's lawsuit against aeg, seeking $40 billion. now conrad murray's attorney, valerie wass is here with michael jackson's attorney. welcome to you. you weren't happy watching tom and i discussing this last night. why not? >> well, i felt that he was viewed in a wrong manner. i feel very strongly about dr. murray, and that he
jackson wrongful death trial. why lawyers are promising this will get ugly. and remember this little boy fighting cancer but scored a touchdown? he just scored another goal. we'll tell you what it is next. oh, boy. [ groans ] ♪ ♪ [ engine revs ] ♪ [ engine revs ] cheryl burke is cha-cha-ing in depend silhouette briefs for charity, to prove that with soft fabric and waistband, the best protection looks, fits, and feels just like underwear. get a free sample and try for yourself. >>> new this morning on "starting point," an intriguing development in the boston marathon bombing investigation. female dna discovered on fragments of one of the explosive devices that detonated near the finish line. federal investigators taking a close look now at tamerlan tsarnaev's widow katherine russell. agents leaving their parents' home with evidence, including dna samples. they're also trying to figure out what she did in the days before, and just after, the attacks. as for the surviving suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev, another lawyer has been added to his defense team. death penalty expert judy clarke. s
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. a new chapter in the tragic legacy in the king of pop. is michael jackson's family heads to court in order to prove he was worked to death. trace is tracking the breaking news from the court and kelly's court takes on whether the jackson family actually has a case here. how much screen time is appropriate for your child. ever give your child an iphone to distract him or her while you're having a meal? dr. keith ablow joins us next with disturbing fallout from the digital devices. the head of one u.s. group is compared to a mob boss in the big ed standardized cheating scandal. to defraud both taxpayers and parents. >> those results from caused by cheating and the money that she received, you're alleging, that money was ill-gotten. [ male announcer ] in blind taste tests, even ragu users chose prego. prego?! but i've been buying ragu for years. [ thinking ] i wonderhat other questionable choices i've made? [ club scene music ] [ sigh of relief ] [ male announcer ] choose taste. choose prego. only hertz gives you a carfirmation. hey, this is challenger. i'll be waiting for you in sta
including john quincy adams, secretary of state. the great popular hero was andrew jackson, a controversial figure in his own right. there was a multicandidate field. no one got a majority, either of the popular or electoral vote. in both cases jackson came in first, adams came in second. so the election went to the house of representatives. the man eliminated by the constitution, the fourth place finishing, henry clay ultimately threw his support to adams. it was enough to win him the presidency which turned out in many ways to be a poisoned chalice. from day one there were charges of corruption. they hung over the adams presidency, i think it's safe to say. adams sent an apologetic note in his inaugural address. it was the election of 1828 began almost before he took the oath of office. >> you mentioned in her own way, she helped him win the presidency. she actually began to refer to it as my campaign. it was the second half of the -- second half of the monroe administration where the social etiquette wars were in full force. the adams saw an opportunity as seeing social washington as a p
dormant knew clear reactors and john kerry responds. >>> plus, michael jackson's family in court. they say concert promoter caused his death. does it add up? >>> president obama versus guns. does the nra won the debate? let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. nuclear reaction. north korea says it now plans to restart a nuclear reactor that it shut down more than five years ago. secretary of state john kerry responded this afternoon saying the united states will not accept north korea as a nuclear power. >> let me be perfectly clear here today. the united states will defend and protect ourselves and our treaty ally the republic of korea. >> kung law is live in seoul tonight. what do you know about this? when they say we'll start it up again, when does that mean it would be up and running? >> reporter: well, just going back briefly in to the very short history of the reactor, this is something moth balled in 2008 and 2007 and in 2008, erin, it was blown up pespectacularlyn television and viewed here care pli in south korea and seems like a lifetime ago. what this m
with life jackets and right now it's not clear why it crashed. >>> the lawyers in the michael jackson wrongful death trial will deliver their opening statements in a few hours from now. the civil suit was brought by jackson's mother and three children. it claims concert promoter aeg live is liable for jackson's death because it hired and supervised dr. conrad murray. murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the criminal trial. the civil try is expected to last three months. >>> there was pain and gain at the box office this week. the mark wahlberg action film debuted at number one, followed by "oblivion" which took in more than $17 million. and "42" came in with $10.7 million. >>> so we've seen the boston marathon attacks bring out the best in americans, donating to the victims and families it also brings out scam artists what to watch out for. we'll tell you that coming up next. and then treats day after day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero heartburn. oh, boy. [ groans ]
, escenarios, y productra de eventos >e> l caso es único >> los abogados de katherine jackson acusaron poner los conciertos por sobre el bienestar de la salud del rey del pop, en la gira this is it, se firma el contrato y en un contacto de 30 millones de años, michael jackson pone en garanti asus catalogis de música >> el 8 de mayo de 2009, directivos de aeg contratan al doctor conray murray para cuidar la salud de michael jackson >> el 12 de mayo el doctor murray compra la primera vez del anestesico >> michael jackson no fue a un estadio, , le pidieron que cancelara, y los 30 millones de dólares lo vas a dar inmediatamente o te quitamos el catalogo de los beatles y las otras superestrellas >> quienes pidieorn la anulaion del ucio, dicen que la compañía no ejecutó el contrato con el doctor murray, y que michael jackson tenía adicción a las drogas >> sera escuchado el juicio por 6 hombre y 6 mujeres >> afirman que katherine jackson pide 4 mil dólares en compensacion, que ha sido despedido por los jackson, el monto lo debe fijar el jurado >> desde los angeles, univisión >> un jugador
in seven minutes. he says more rain may be heading our way. >>> and michael jackson's death is the subject of a court case that started this morning. we'll tell you who his family is suing and why. >>> flowers were placed outside oakland's oikos university to mark one year since the deadly shooting there. former nursing student one goh allegedly confessed to killing seven people and wounding three others an april 2nd, 201. he surrendered to police and is currently receiving psychiatric care at napa state hospital after a judge found him mentally incompetent to stand trial. a member concert to remember the lives lost is set for saturday. >>> the national rifle association unveiled its proposals to step up school safety. an nra task force has come up with a so-called national school shield program. it says it is aimed at reducing the number of school crimes. the proposal includes increasing the number of trained, armed, on-campus security officers. the gun lobby says at least one should be placed on every campus. a parent of a child killed
our way. >>> and michael jackson's death is the subject of a court case that started this morning. we'll tell you who his family is suing and why. >>> flowers were placed outside oakland's oikos university to mark one year since the deadly shooting there. former nursing student one goh allegedly confessed to killing seven people and wounding three others an april 2nd, 201. he surrendered to police and is currently receiving psychiatric care at napa state hospital after a judge found him mentally incompetent to stand trial. a member concert to remember the lives lost is set for saturday. >>> the national rifle association unveiled its proposals to step up school safety. an nra task force has come up with a so-called national school shield program. it says it is aimed at reducing the number of school crimes. the proposal includes increasing the number of trained, armed, on-campus security officers. the gun lobby says at least one should be placed on every campus. a parent of a child killed was involved with the nra task force and he says he hopes politicians will get onboard with the re
murray. this is what michael jackson's mother says. >> he did a terrible thing. and it might have been others involved, i don't know that, but i feel that. >> now she's suing the company that produced michael's comeback for $40 billion. it's billion with a "b." does she have a case? plus a widow's pain. her husband's killer got out of prison by mistake. >> a simple sorry ain't going to suffice in my book. >>> i talk to her life. and one thing you didn't expect in the late night wars. jay leno and jimmy fallon's lovy-dovey duet. p.r.coups? >>> plus, my exclusive with bubba watson. a man who told me this last time he was here. why have you given me the big exclusive interview? >> because when you were on this other show you were [ bleep ]. >>> good evening. this is "piers morgan live." a lot coming up on the michael jackson case. an extraordinary interview with dr. conrad murray with anderson cooper conducted earlier. we begin in colorado tonight, where investigators are faced with the question, how could it have happened. how could a man who was behind bars for robbery and menacing who
. he says he hopes to play next year in the nba. coming up at 6.warriors coach mark jackson weighs in on the issue. jackson, who's an outspoken christian.has an interesting take on jason collins announcement. >> catherine: jury selection is now underway in the case of an accused serial killer. 79-year-old joseph naso of reno, is charged with killing four women in yuba, marin and contra costa counties between 1977 and 1994. their bodies were found along rural roads -- all apparently had been strangled to death. naso plans to represent himself in the trial. if convicted he could face the death penalty. new tonight. police are now looking for a car which may be connected to the attempted kidnapping of a young child in the east bay. investigators have just released a surveillance photo. they're looking for the driver of a 1990's maroon or burgundy ford explorer. they've also released a sketch of the suspect. they say he grabbed a toddler in pittsburg. then dropped her when the mother began to yell. tonight the little girl is safe -- but the suspect is still on the loose. as kron's teri
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in the trail that is of course attracting worldwide attention. talking about michael jackson's mother and his children suing the concert promoter here supposed to be responsible for jackson's comeback, alleging instead that they're responsible for his death. >> talking about aeg live. that's the company. miguel marquez with details. >> reporter: this is it, see you in july. >> reporter: this is it men to herald michael jackson's comeback. ♪ like so many things in jackson's life and death, it's become a supersized trial. reports that jackson family seeking from aeg $40 billion for the wrongful death of the 50-year-old king of pop. reports the jackson camp denies. >> if the jury feels the family deserves $40, that's what they're going to give. i it tell you no demand has been made by the jackson family for $40 billion from aeg. that's just not true. >> reporter: at the center of the trial, who hired dr. conrad murray, found guilty in 2011 of involuntary manslaughter for injecting the insomniac pop star with the lethal dose of propofol. >> what do you think, as the cause of death? >> i don't k
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, starting again the michael jackson issue. his family is getting ready for a very big day in a wrongful death lawsuit. they're hours away from opening statements and billions of dollars could be at stake in this case. we're going to break down the drama and the star-studded people in the courtroom. my mantra? trust your instincts to make the call. to treat my low testosterone, my doctor and i went with axiron, the only underarm low t treatment. axiron can restore t levels to normal in about 2 weeks in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18 or men with prostate or breast cancer. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women may occur. report these symptoms to your doctor. tell your doctor about all medical conditions and medications. serious side effects could include increased risk of prostate cancer; worsening prostate symptoms; decreased sperm count; ankle, feet or body swelling; enlarged or pai
that allows you to be whoever you want to be. >> reporter: jackson is an ordained minister. he says he worked with collins when he was an announcer for the new jersey nets. collins decided to go public during an interview at his home last week. in the article he says if i had my way someone else would have already done this. nobody has which is why i am raising my hand. collins said nobody forced him to come out now but did say the bombing helped solidify his decision because it reminded him that things could change in an instant so he wanted to live his life openly and honestly. david stern reacted by saying we are proud he has assumed the leadership mantle on this important issue. rick welsh revealed he was gay two years ago. he was the first nba executive to do that and he says he has a good idea of what collins is going through and he says the question has turned to what is next. >> i think there is a lot of speculation that there could be other players, some in other sports that might be ready to take this step. so i think we will wait and see. >> reporter: nike is one of collins' sponso
. smooth criminal. why the king of pop's family is suing jackson's concert promoter for his death. >>> up, up and away. space tourism is closer than you might think. we check out the space ship that could take you out of this world. >>> i'm bob turk. the first warning weather center. the sun comes back tomorrow. i'll have the exclusive first warning five-day forecast. we'll be right back. ,,,, i always wanted to design a bike that honored those who serve our country. and geico gave me that opportunity. now naturally, we wanted it to be powerful, innovative and we built this bike as a tribute to those who are serving, those who have served and their families. and i think we nailed it. geico. proudly serving the military for over 75 years. >>> all righty. still have the low clouds and a couple of spotty drizzles. but that's going to improve tremendously. a lot of confidence in wednesday's forecast. chelsea has a look at that. >> thanks, bob. we'll expect a beautiful start to the day. 50 degrees. and a little more clearing as we head into the afternoon, around 68 degrees. it's going to get m
believe in your innocence? >> absolutely. no doubt. because i did nothing wrong. >> michael jackson's fallen doctor. the denials, and the strange singing on cnn last night. ♪ he's a little boy that santa claus forgot the little boy that santa claus forgot ♪ >> and controversy in the classroom. should teacher raises be tied to student test scores. >>> late-night deal. >> here he is, jimmy fallon! >> new reports from hollywood, jimmy fallon will indeed replace jay leno on "the tonight show." live in the cnn newsroom. good morning. thank you so much for being with me. i'm carol costello. we begin with a story sure to rattle anyone who whose kids play sports. grabbing, shoving, throwing basketballs at players, hurling ugly slurs. >> you [ bleep ]ing fairy. >> that's mike rice, head basketball coach at rutgers university, at least for now. espn's release of the tape has ignited internet fury and calls for rice to be fired. pamela brown reports. has the university responded? >> we haven't heard anything official from the university, but the school's athletic director tim pernetti defe
savage is in denver and joins us on the phone with the very latest. and criminal attorney joey jackson joins me. marty, let he just begin with you. the very latest on this, and if officials had any clue as to where these two people may be or may be heading? >> yeah, ashley, at this particular time, authorities are saying that they have some information. we don't flow how solid, that they may be headed in the direction of nevada or texas. now, of course the fact that their names are out there, that the police have opinion alerted to them, that may change their travel plans, but that is the only information we've had. and authorities did not have any description of the vehicle. >> i can only imagine they're keeping a lot of things close to the vest as good investigators do. but at the same time what connection do they have between these two people and then the killer of the prison chief, evan ebel who's now dead? >> right, evan ebel is the prime suspect. he of course was killed in texas in a shootout. ever since then the case hasn't ended. they want to find out a couple things. did he ha
up. >>> we're going to begin with this story. michael jackson, as you just saw, in my one-hour documentary, his death is back on the front pages. nearly four years after his fatal overdoeshgs and this time it is michael jackson's mother and the children holding the concert promoters responsible for his untimely death. i want to continue with this with jim moret who is a chief correspondent in "inside edition "and you saw him in the documentary and also our legal contributor paul callan in new york. welcome both of you. does it matter if conrad murray does or does not testify? first to you, paul. >> i don't think it makes an enormous difference in the case. obviously he's a central figure in the case. but the jury is going to know that conrad murray has been convicted, essentially, of causing the death of michael jackson. and, frankly, i don't know how much he would add, even if he did come in to testify. there are lots of other sources of information about how he was hired and who hired him. so i don't think it will make that much of a difference. >> jim, let's talk about
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